Joel Dehlin

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Joel Dehlin
Nationality American
Alma mater Brigham Young University
Occupation Chief Technology Officer of Instructure

Joel Dehlin was the Chief Technology Officer for Instructure. Previously, he was the Chief Technology Officer for O.C. Tanner Co., a human resource consulting services company, and iQor, a business process outsourcing (BPO) company and Chief Information Officer for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). Prior to working for the LDS Church, he worked at Microsoft for 10 years in various roles, at Arthur Andersen, and at Novell. While at Microsoft, Joel worked on the original microsoft.com product, in the mobile devices division, and as the executive producer and co-designer of Microsoft Allegiance.[1] He was also one of the co-creators of Microsoft PixelSense. He has 15 patents.[2]

Dehlin co-authored the book Object Programming with Visual Basic 4 and Microsoft Office for Windows 95[3] and is formerly a member of the KPCG CIO Stratgey Exchange. He currently serves as a member of the Gartner CIO Research Board and is a strategic advisor to Alta Ventures Mexico, a venture capital firm with offices in Mexico City and Utah.

Dehlin was Chairman of the Board for Rhomobile, until the company sold to Motorola Solutions in 2011.[4]

Dehlin lives in Utah with his wife Lani and their seven children. His brother is John Dehlin.

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